Montreal, Canada (PRWEB) May 20, 2008
In April 2008, video producer WatchMojo.com became the largest Canadian-based content producer and video provider on YouTube - the world's largest video website - surpassing household names such as the CBC, Much Music, and many others.
Counting video producers from all countries, WatchMojo.com cracked the Top 25 Most Popular Director rank in April, too.
WatchMojo.com has been rising in a number of categories both north and south of the 49th parallel: the company's dizzying array of high-quality, professional and evergreen video content has helped it secure a number of high-profile and lucrative syndication partnerships with companies like MySpace TV, Hulu, Adobe, Quebecor's Canoe, in addition to YouTube and many others.
Thanks to these distribution deals, the vast majority of its streams are served to global audiences, making WatchMojo.com the latest successful Canadian export in the entertainment industry.
The company's reach speaks for itself:
Since launching WatchMojo.com in 2006, Karbasfrooshan has filled the company's ranks with talent hailing from Canadian corporate stalwarts, including blue-chip companies such as The Hudson Bay Company, the CBC, Royal Bank of Canada, Holt Renfrew, the National Film Board and others.
"Our goal is to be the foremost video content provider to the largest portals and social networks on the Web, in order to reach users everywhere they consume video and provide advertisers with unparalleled reach across the Web," states Karbasfrooshan.
Advertisers are taking notice: this week, Tourism Quebec became the latest to advertise on the site to promote itself to Canadians in Ontario and the Maritime provinces.
In addition to the Web, the company is building an impressive reach in the rapidly growing out-of-home digital network market, too.
To learn more about WatchMojo.com, visit http://www.WatchMojo.com.